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Trump allies warn Obama-era FTC suit against US firm giving boost to China

An obscure federal lawsuit brought against American tech company Qualcomm in the waning days of the Obama administration has generated fresh concern among conservatives that the case is inadvertently helping China at a time when the Trump White House is pursuing hardline policies against Beijing.

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Jeff Bezos’ reported girlfriend Lauren Sanchez's friend ‘shocked’ by reports pair were secretly dating

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took over headlines when he announced Wednesday he is divorcing his wife MacKenzie after 25 years of marriage.  

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Siad Haji is a refugee from Kenya. He was never tipped for stardom. He played D-III soccer. Yet he was picked second overall in the MLS SuperDraft.

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Las fuerzas israelíes mataron a tiros a una mujer palestina cuando miles de personas se manifestaban junto a la barda perimetral, informó el viernes el Ministerio de Salud palestino en … Click to Continue »

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Cody Parkey: ‘I let the fans, my teammates and the whole organization down’

Reaction to Cody Parkey's miss went national — he appeared on the popular morning show ahead of actress Natalie Portman. 

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Struggling Monaco boosts its relegation fight by signing experienced midfielder Cesc Fabregas from Chelsea until June 2022

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The magical gaze of 'Mona Lisa' is a myth

It's common knowledge that the woman in Leonardo da Vinci 's most famous painting seems to look back at observers, following them with her eyes no matter where they stand in the room.

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Criminal Minds Will End with an Emotional 10-Episode 15th Season

With The Big Bang Theory also in its final season, CBS is quickly transitioning into its post–Les Moonves era.

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Inside Desperate Teen's International Flight to Freedom as the World Watched: 'I Swear They Will Kill Me'

It was early last Saturday when Saudi Arabian teenager Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun crept past her vacationing family as they slept in their Kuwait hotel room, slipped outside and got into a taxi bound — she hoped — for a new life. Rahaf, 18, was not alone as she left: On her cell phone she spoke...

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De Blasio: Amazon HQ2 will help pay for new health care plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio, who’s positioning himself as a national progressive leader, came up with a new rationale Friday for supporting the nearly $3 billion in subsidies to lure Amazon to Long Island City: It’ll help pay for his $100 million expansion of health care to the needy. “You are...

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President Trump is expected to approve back pay for those sent home because of the partial government shutdown, once they go back to work.

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Carpool changes appear to help at 237-880: Roadshow

Alicia-a-BART-Spokesperson says there is proper signage indicating the North Concord/Martinez station.

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By carving the stock market into specialized slices, these funds may tempt shareholders to take imprudent risks in the quest for the next big thing.

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Costco sells out of 27-lb. bucket of mac and cheese with a 20-year shelf life

Less than 24 hours after People magazine reported on the product, the Chef’s Banquet Macaroni and Cheese Storage Bucket is listed as "out of stock"        

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Billionaire Democratic Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker, who pumped more than $171 million of his own wealth into his campaign to defeat Republican incumbent Bruce Rauner in November, now will use his own money to bolster his top government aides’ salaries, his transition team said Friday. Pritzker’s...

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Monaco signs experienced midfielder Fabregas from Chelsea

Struggling Monaco boosts its relegation fight by signing experienced midfielder Cesc Fabregas from Chelsea until June 2022         

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Conservative Men Are Obsessed With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Science Says Why.

Conservatives respond to fear more strongly than liberals do, says one neuroscientist who studies political anxiety.

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Picture this: you're trying to get everything ready for a fabulous party, but you're crunched for time (OK, you don't have to picture this - we have all been here). You stop at Whole Foods to get some party staples and are thinking about all the other stops you have to make and things you have to do...

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Friendships may come and go, but the bonds of sisterhood are for life. No matter whether you’re an Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta or Sigma Gamma Rho, the love between Black Greek sorority sisters is one that knows no bounds – or time zones. From Mexico to Dubai, these global...

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